This Week’s Celebrations

Author of the week
2H: Isla and 6G: Ryan


Reader of the week
1CW: Jessica and 3C: Rosa


Mathematician of the week
RecEK: Henry and 4H: Harry K


Best Class Attendance

KS1: 2C and KS2: 6C

This Week’s Celebrations

Author of the week
1O: Hugo and 5W: Alex

Reader of the week
RecNM: Lana and 4H: Miguel

Mathematician of the week
2C: Jessica and 6A: Fraser


Star Of Kindness

3C: Jack – Presented by Mr Harnden


Ms Scoot Award for Effort

6C: Lucy – Presented by Miss Ottley


Best Class Attendance

KS1: 1O and KS2: 5S

Headteacher’s Blog

Our latest Ofsted report has now been published and is available for parents to read.

Bowmansgreen remains a ‘Good’ school under the new Ofsted framework. The report acknowledges what a caring, inclusive school we are where pupils are happy and safe; where they work, behave and play well together. Staff and governors are already working on the areas for improvement and I am confident that Bowmansgreen will continue to go from strength to strength.


This Week’s Celebrations

Author of the week
RecEK: Oliver R and 4GP: Chloe

Reader of the week
2C: Frank and 6A: Kiera

Mathematician of the week
1O: Skyler and 3C: Zenais

Best Class Attendance

KS1: 2C and KS2: 4GP

Headteacher’s Blog

Last half-term ended with our school Harvest celebration. Year 5 did themselves proud by leading proceedings at our Harvest assembly, with their super readings and singing. Thank you to Mrs Flatt, Mrs Street and the Y5 staff team for organising such a lovely assembly. This celebration highlighted what a caring, giving school community we are, with over 500 items having been generously donated. Reverend Wood collected the donations for the Churches Together Foodbank and has asked me to pass on his thanks and gratitude to everyone who kindly made a contribution.

Last half term, we said goodbye to Iaonna who worked in our breakfast club and school kitchen. I know that you will join me in thanking Ioanna for all of her hard work and commitment to Bowmansgreen and wishing her good luck for the future.

Bowmansgreen has been chosen to benefit from the next round of the Co-op Local Community Fund which is open until 24 October 2020. If you are a Co-op member, please ensure that you choose Bowmansgreen as your local cause so that every time you buy selected own-brand products and services, school receives 1% of the money. Please encourage friends and family to register too.

This week, all pupils took part in on-line safety workshops, to remind them about the best ways to keep themselves safe when navigating the internet and apps. Thank you to the parents who attended the evening workshop. We hope that you found it useful and an opportunity to be updated about what our children are accessing and can be exposed to on-line as well as ways to help keep them even safer. Once they are received from ECP, we will make the workshop slides available to parents.

Yesterday, pupils created our Bowmansgreen poppy field to help the school community commemorate Remembrance Day. Every pupil made a poppy and planted it to help them remember the lives lost in war and to symbolise the hope for a peaceful future. Each class marked the occasion in their own way, including with poetry readings and quiet reflection.

Enjoy your weekend.

This Week

House Captains:

Congratulations to our eight House Captains who were presented with their green blazers during this week’s celebration assembly. They are all fantastic role models for the school community and will help to lead and improve our school, for all pupils. I am very proud of them all and know that they will undertake their roles and responsibilities well and with pride.

Zaviaan and Izzy

Hudson and Madeline

Luca and Verity

Poppy and Jason

Best Attendance:

Rec/KS1: 1CW
KS2: 6A